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Problem Based Learning Projects. I. Introduction A. Participant’s background information 1 Ma Duc Huyen ( Team leader) 2 Luong Cong Thanh ( Secretary) 3 Hua Nam Le ( Member). Problem Based Learning Projects. B. Rationale of the project
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Problem Based Learning Projects I. Introduction A. Participant’s background information 1 Ma Duc Huyen ( Team leader) 2 Luong Cong Thanh ( Secretary) 3 Hua Nam Le ( Member)
Problem Based Learning Projects B. Rationale of the project • How can peer feedback help us to write a good formal letter ? • Firstly/ same difficulties/ not use/ the form/ formal letter /opening/ closing • Therefore/ during/ practical ways /build /ability/write/formal letter • Finally/same expectation /words/right order/combine sentences /correct form
Problem Based Learning Projects II. Procedures • Week by week action plan 1. Make a team/Choose /project topic/Writing 2. Tips formal letter /structure/ internet/ writing /correcting 3. Practice/ writing / Discuss/ correct
Problem Based Learning Projects 4. Review tips/basic structure/Choose/controlled activities /before /free practice. • Completed /form /: gap – filling, completing sentences. 5. Prepare/ oral /presentation/write/ submit report / project 6.Comlete/ final report / summarize / lessons learned / experience
Problem Based Learning Projects A. Basic way to work together each week. 1.Formed / project topic/ class/ 8 hours/group 2. Tips formal letter /structure/ internet/ writing / correcting/ class/ dorm 3. Practice/ writing / Discuss/ correct/group/ class/ dorm/15hs
Problem Based Learning Projects 4. Review tips/basic structure/Choose/controlled activities /before /free practice. • Completed /form /: gap – filling, completing sentences/ class/ dorm. 5. Prepare/ oral /presentation/write/ submit report / project/ / class/ dorm 6.Comlete/ final report / summarize / lessons learned / experience/ / class/ dorm
Problem Based Learning Projects III. Discussion: A. Summary/ key /discovered /resources / materials/following websites • http://www.writghslaw.com • http://www.usingenglish.com • http://www.eltbase.com/quiz/019_12.htm • Language Leader
Problem Based Learning Projects • Summary/ key /discovered /resources / materials • Structure/ Date/ Opening/ Body/closing/ Finishing • Date/ Name /Title /Company/Address • Opening/ Dear Mr, Ms / know / name/ Dear Sir / Madam do not know /writing
Problem Based Learning Projects • Body: • should /provide /main information /letter • Reason/ Writing/ beginning/correspondence • Asking/information/providing/reason/writing • EX: I am writing to ask about information for I am writing to inform you that
Problem Based Learning Projects • The close • final /paragraph /should/ shortly/ summarize /intent /formal /end /call / action. • Examples • I look forward to meeting / seeing you • I look forward to meeting you next week. • Finishing • Yours faithfully,Yours sincerely,
Problem Based Learning Projects B.Summary of what we have leaner from we have done • common/ mistakes/ writing/ assignments • word choice/ grammar/ spelling/ word order • punctuation/structures/vocabularies/form /formal letter.
Problem Based Learning Projects • The form of formal letter: Opening, closing Wrong: I want to ask you some questions… Right: I am writing to ask about information for Wrong: I looking forward to hearing to you Right: I look forward to hearing from you
Problem Based Learning Projects • Mistakes /writing / grammar/spelling punctuation/structures Wrong: I look forward to meet you Right : I look forward to meeting you Wrong: A variety of issues were presented at the meeting. Right: A variety of issues was presented at the meeting.
Problem Based Learning Projects • peer feedback /difficulties /apart /each other • lack /understand/ clearly /topic /write studying /all days. • knowledge /vocabularies /grammar / limited, /difficult /express /ways /correct/mistakes /partners. • Preparing /importance /practise / skills /project /good /improve/writing skill
Problem Based Learning Projects • feedback /means /have /know/way / express /mistakes /correct . • In contract/receive / feedback from/partners know / mistakes /ourselves /avoid • can reuse / good ways /topic/project/improve /writing skill. • We /use grammar /sentences structure/form normal. • Books /great /tool / internet /helpful /given / better/ idea /recognize /writing /well.
Problem Based Learning Projects IV. Reflection: • Opinion /PBLP/ interesting /useful project / language learners. • Helps /learning /method /effective self-study /group /study. • also promotes positive/creative learners/ /share /issues working group. • Since then / raise /sense of responsibility/ work /group.
Problem Based Learning Projects • PBLP / value compared/ language leader / Test Preparation. • PBLP /active methods /language leader / Ket is available /books • Project /practical/teachers students /use /build /English language. • Not/everyone/aware/scheme/end/course/ apply / thoroughly
Problem Based Learning Projects • Teachers/apply /project / working /colleagues. • Put /discuss/ shared /issues/make /effective way / solve/problem. • Students/Apply/teaching / writing skills /students / grade. • In lessons, teachers /assign/ homework / students/work in pairs/ groups/discuss / results /correct errors.
Problem Based Learning Projects • We/ believe /approach /learning/ students /use grammar/select / exactly vocabulary / /writing. • Opinion /group/PBLP assignment / better /efficiently/team members/ make / arguments / practical /learning. • Member /should /regularly /find /resources /PBLP /assignment.